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administration. >> i understand the republicans are still very angry that obama care is law. what's sad is if they try to use this as an excuse to try to repeal obama care. >> the irs has a role to play in the implementation of obama care. >> remember, the irs is the enforcement arm for the president -- >> there's a republican playbook here -- >> which is another reason why if we had the opportunity to do it, we ought to pull it out, root and branch. >> guess who the republicans are! >> really, tea party? really? you're surprised that you're targeted by the irs? you named yourself after a group of people who proudly and historically violated tax laws. >> we're not going to let that distract us and the president from actually doing the people's work and fighting the middle class. >> too often, our politics aren't focused on the same things you are. >> we actually have a political party and a force in this country that thinks it's the right, morally correct thing to do to have a vote and to take insurance away from a fellow american. >> the president's got business -- >> i'm confident tog
of the irs, the law is pretty clear. the president cannot use the internal revenue service as political henchmen and is not involved in the day-to-day running. one political appointment that serves at his pleasure. the other are protected by civil service. to say heads must roll or should have been more accountable to this president and this administration is a misnomer op. the other side of this, what happened with the a.p. or benghazi, most american whosesy they disagree what happened in benghazi can't point to it on a map. to say this president is disengaged, not ahead of these issues. he's right where he ought to be pup making decisions based upon the facts as they come in rather than as a lot of us are doing in some of the op-eds i'm seeing in these magazines articles, that we are assuming for ourselves what the facts are, and concocting our own scandals. >> the "new york times" this morning, and i don't know where my copy is. i had a copy. i was going to show it to you, basically reports this morning that the irs went beyond conservative groups. more than 400 organizations came un
for now. >> they play for power, not the people. >> i want to repeal the law of the land. is that clear. >> force the president of the united states to -- >> you're in america, in the wealthiest nation on earth. >> i rise with the course of others in this whole notion of revealing obama care. >> it's a pretty damn good deal. okay? the issue is obama care. we're going to keep the focus on obama care. >> insurance is real important. >> we're here to make the turn from a train wreck. so why not repeal that bill today? >> good to have you with us tonight, folks. scandal, scandal. it was the so-called scandal week, filled with scandal everywhere. the obama administration is in trouble. it's bs and i'll tell you why. all these stories with, this is all red meat for republicans. the righties are drooling everywhere. you know how you throw on a case of mer low and a carton of campbell camel to john boehner. >> nothing dissolves the bonds of people and their government like the arrogance of power in washington. these what the american people are seeing today from the obama administration, remark
as stipulated by law. they will request an extension. >>> police in altamonte are investigating a robbery of olympic star dee dee trotter. olympic rings were among the stolen items. >>> and two winning tickets sold in last night's $190 million mega millions drawing in new jersey and virginia. now you've got the powerball up to $600 million. it's the second largest jackpot in u.s. history. >>> the final phase of the jodi arias trial resumes monday, and jodi arias is expected to take the stand. in the meantime, jurors have all weekend to mull over gripping testimony from members of the victim's family. >> i was in two motorcycle crashes and walked away unharmed. he wrecked several cars, and nothing happened to him. he rolled a snowmobile, and, again, not a scratch. he was unbreakable. who on earth would want to do this to him? for what reasons? he wanted to move forward in life, to better himself and only to help others. >> unbreakable until he met jodi. the same jury determined this week that arias killed alexander in an especially cruel manner, which could mean the death penalty. joining
. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. >>> corporations claiming ownership of cancer genes aren't the only ones cashing in on the commercial potential of the disease. every year during national breast cancer awareness month susan g. komen, the largest breast cancer awareness organization hopes to make the month of october profitable for all things pink. the organization has been at the forefront of removing the stigma and shame from speaking openly about breast cancer. but it is also opened the door for anyone to turn a profit and paint themselves with concern for women's health by painting themselves with a coat of pink. even if only a minuscule portion of that profit goes to breast cancer research and the pink ribbon is covering up a distinct lack of love for the ladies, take this example from "the new york times" magazine cover story where she describes one such addition to the cancer bandwagon. this blew me away. the one from the website called porn hub that would donate a penny to a breast cancer charity for every 30 views of its big or small breast videos. yeah. >> those a
to actually voting for a media shield law, but if that's what comes from this, that will have been positive. but none of that is what's really being discussed right now. the scandal media is astride washington, and that just has to burn itself out. >> in terms of how quickly it's going to burn itself out and whether or not new revelations are going to continue to keep this going on, today it seems like the most salient thing that emerged from the hearing about the irs scandal was this idea the inspector general had notified higher-ups at treasury, so outside the irs at the treasury agency, that they were looking into this question of whether conservative groups were mistreated in the application process by the irs. they'd known, and they knew before election season. does that not open up you guys from the campaign and the administration to the charge that you should have let that be publicly known then that that investigation was under way. it might have had a really big effect on the election because it would have upset people, as we know now. >> speaking from someone who was at the campai
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